Colonia, NJ asked in Divorce and Family Law for New Jersey

Q: Question: Alimony arrears , can Police retirement pension be used to collect? Only N.J. asset as he fled state.

early retirement -alimony (agreement age 65 retirement). Alimony was mutually agreed upon not a court ordered amount.

filed to terminate, denied-after garnishment attached.

pending hearing - quit job & left state of N.J. , stopped all payments - failed to appear -motion denied.

Filed litigants rights & enforce FJOD. 2018 granted,

Denied all cert. mail notices. Relocated in Pa then currently Fl.

-Sent Demand Payment letter by Server in Fl.

Pension I’m told by atty protected against lawsuit but that’s against outside creditors not his family obligations? Is it that attorneys don’t want to get involved or just don’t know the legal formalities of the NJ state pension funds ? Any HELP or guidance would be appreciated.

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Santo Artusa Jr.

Answered
  • Jersey City, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: What about his bank account? Does he have other assets? His bank account can essentially be "attacked" and the money turned over to you. Have they issued a warrant for his arrest? How much is owed?

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